The Family Wealth Alliance Security Council Interview
with Michelle Jordan, Principal and Founder, Jordan LLC
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What is reputation management and why has it become so important?
Reputation management is a relatively new term. It came into being in part as a result of the new availability of information that once may have remained private, but today is readily accessible – and legally as part of the public domain.
Reputation matters because it is a Capital Asset, our human capital. It is how others view us and determines who will sit at our table, personally and professionally. That means we have to think more carefully about what we say and how we act. In short, take a more managed approach to our reputation – to monitor its performance, protect it from threats and manage it for the long term.Read more ...
Provided by Judith L. Pearson
ARIS Title Who Is On Your Side
An excerpt from the soon-to-be-released 2012 Security Study Report
By Kathleen M. McBride
Even as banks and some MFOs and SFOs implement measures to mitigate security risks, many, particularly SFOs, remain “blatantly vulnerable, without exception” to hacking, says Paul Michael Viollis, Sr., PhD, CEO of Risk Control Strategies. Calling it a new form of “organized crime,” very sophisticated hackers from Russia and China have been targeting family office computer systems in the last 18 months, considering them to be low hanging fruit because “they do relatively nothing to protect themselves.”Read more ...
HUB International WhitePaper
[An] explosion of communication has changed what people think is private and what is not. Social media makes it nearly effortless to share personal information in an instant: post pictures of your children, express political or religious views, even disclose your current location. We are becoming more comfortable with less privacy. Because everyone is doing it, our sense of how safe all this information sharing is can be skewed, increasing our ... more
An Interview with Catherine Hooper, Founder, Black Umbrella
Are private families more or less at risk from disasters?
The best survival tool is not a fixed blade knife or a fire making kit. It’s a prepared mind.
The core purpose of Black Umbrella is to make people, families, and communities more resilient. Our company values serve as the keystone of all of our recruitment and training efforts: confidence over fear, protection, and meticulousness. We believe that confidence in the face of the unexpected is a natural result of having made a plan in advance. Our brains work differently in a crisis.Read more ...
The Fine Art of Ensuring That Your Credentialing Strategy Isn't Compromised Through Counterfeiting, Theft, Alteration or Unauthorized Issuance
During the opening ceremony of the 2010 Winter Olympics Games, a mentally ill man with a homemade security pass - and a fixation - was able to get within a few feet of U.S. Vice President Joe Biden. Two female plainclothes Canadian Mounties protecting Biden decided that they felt the man "just didn't fit in." more
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